Watson-Marlow Bredel has launched the 620RE filtration pump for both dead-end filtration and tangential flow filtration applications.
Corning has introduced new products featuring the Ultra-Web synthetic surface technology, a 3-D nanofiber technology applied to two of Corning’s 96-well microplates and two 100mm tissue culture dishes.
FibraStage from New Brunswick Scientific eliminates autoclaving, cleaning, lengthy learning curves, costly start-up, and cross-contamination issues between batches.
amaxa’s new Basic Neuron Small Cell Number (SCN) Nucleofector Kit makes high efficiency transfection of mammalian primary neurons possible for extremely low cell numbers.
Thermo Fisher Scientific‘s Sorvall T1, T3 and G3 Centrifuge Series for clinical laboratories are available in ventilated and refrigerated versions.
Sartorius Stedim Biotech introduces the disposable CELLine bioreactor for maintenance of cell cultures at near in vivo conditions.
Millipore announced the availability of the CellCiphr Cytotoxicity Profiling Assay Kit using human HepG2 cells.
Invitrogen launched a new kit that allows researchers to quickly and reliably monitor the state of human embryonic stem cells (hESCs).
The Guava Cell Cycle Assay allows determinations of G0/G1, S and G2/M cell cycle phases and distinguishes without interference commonly occuring aggregates
New research identifies naturally occurring processes that allow many genes to both slow aging and protect against cancer in the roundworm C. elegans.
Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center scientists have studied the vast majority of protein-coding genes, which now suggest a landscape dominated by genes that each are mutated in relatively few cancers.
University of Cincinnati pathologists have identified a molecular target that may help scientists develop drugs to reduce fat transport to adipocytes in the body and prevent obesity and related disorders.
Researchers at the University of Pennsylvania are able to pinpoint brain waves that distinguish true from false memories, providing a better understanding of how memory works.
A detailed, three dimensional look at beta blockers’ molecular target—the beta2 adrenergic receptor—was unveiled by researchers supported by the National Institutes of Health.